Give Them Another Go! Unexpected Ways to Save These 7 Items

Batteries - Hazardous Chemicals

If batteries are not disposed of correctly, they can release harmful compounds into the environment.

Electronics - E-Waste Concerns

Hazardous components and precious materials can be found in electronic gadgets, sometimes known as e-waste.

Electronics - E-Waste Concerns

Utilize specialized e-waste recycling facilities to recycle outdated gadgets.

Light Bulbs - Mercury Content

Mercury is present in some light bulbs, including compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and fluorescent bulbs.

Expired Medications - Safe Disposal

Prescription drugs can wind up in water sources, so avoid flushing them down the toilet or putting them in the garbage.

Plastic Bags - Recycle or Reuse

Plastic bags can hurt wildlife and add to environmental pollution. There are recycling containers for plastic bags at many supermarket stores.

Used Cooking Oil - Environmental Impact

Discarding used cooking oil down the drain may cause blockages and harm the ecosystem. Get rid of it at the appropriate collection locations.

Old Paint - Environmental Hazards

Hazardous substances that are bad for the environment are found in paints.

Old Paint - Environmental Hazards

Take old paint to a domestic hazardous waste collection facility to properly dispose of it.